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FOX Business
Oct 31, 2013 8:00pm EDT
was thinking about roughly 6 years ago, when we were rolling out medicare part d, that was the largest. largest. implementation of this sport that was done to that point, first 6 or 7 weeks, they were rocky, i think most important lesson we learned, we went to the american public, and said, we have problems, here is what they are. and we own them. we own them, we will find them, we will fix them, and we'll finish them. and here is the way in which we'll do it we do find the american people prepared to be patient, the key was, we actual dethat and by the time we were in to seventh week, the system began to improve, and to eighth week, people liked it and now you look back, it was a big -- a very successful implementation. but the key is we took responsibility and we delivered. neil: but not right away, you admitted it later on, your critics saying you do not account for the cost, that was then, this is now, but you rapidly acknowledged, we have problems. i think when you don't acknowledge the problems you will never, ever, ever, ever get them fixed. >> i agree, you have to reali
FOX Business
Nov 11, 2013 8:00pm EST
the big government opportunities to my tart, medicare part b, notes out behind which is not conservative the farm bills, the debt ceiling, this is what republicans are struggling, and it is up to less. neil: would it be preferable to the democrats? many argue command you heard this, you divide the republican votes and in waltz's a conservative. >> that is false. this district is going to win that race and this is where the grass roots work. we were in primaries. neil: what about you in your business situation? you said that it is that the republican senate consistent mess. the chris christie and others, that is not your message. >> i do not pick chris christie against rand paul or against ted crews. as far as i am concerned there on the republicans. the deficit in a written party in the democratic party today is that everyone seems to be in lockstep with in the democratic party. here in nevada of the entire democratic machine is controlled by harry reid. the its orders from on high. the beauty of the republican party is that it is big enough to have a chris christie and to h
FOX Business
Nov 21, 2013 8:00pm EST
groups, and we have coverage for separate medicare coverage for older people,. >> it is getting pricier. i'm not trying to pin new the corner but i see your grandfather did not surprise us, he telegraphed what was coming, the republicans did not like it conservatives did not like it a lot of americans were scared of it but he clearly articulated what was coming down the pike as did john kennedy, and ronald reagan. great presidents do that. i'm not here is disparage barack obama i am here to say he did not todo that. >> we've had 3 elections revolving around the affordable care act, i think people knew what the project is. now the actual employmenttation of it -- implementation is something that i think is a work in progress. >> all right, i saved you james from my dead on impression of your grandfather, maybe next time. all right. >> i would actually probably be amused by that. >> i think amused is the word. james, always a pressure my friend, i have a great dial of respect and admiration for you, james roosevelt jr., a very find healthcare mind. >> democrats want pro sports leagues to
FOX Business
Nov 27, 2013 8:00pm EST
it right here. >> nearly 85% of americans already have insurance or medicare or medicaid or your employer, if you are one of those people, you do not have to do anything. neil: you think that this would've been part of this. the companies are canceling workers and plans as we speak. that but that was never really preview, was a? >> no, and as you mentioned in your intro, the 5 million people have lost their health care already. and 7 million more will lose it further. i want to point out that every number i out that every number of new comedies are government these are government numbers and this is a cbo actuary. these are real numbers, the government is saying that this is going to happen and obama and nancy pelosi are ignoring it and making these promises that are outright falsehoods is not just truly lies. >> so if things don't turn out to the degree that you told folks that they would, you lose their trust in charter one that back. thank you so much and have a great thanksgiving. >> thank you, you as well. neil: here is a good rule of thumb. where you most likely to work? pr
FOX Business
Nov 20, 2013 8:00pm EST
has next to the president's health care law and is taking federal medicare money to help his state. letting states decide this sort of thing was not a bad idea. and again, we should stress that we are not taking sides with what chris christie and folks like this are trying to do. >> they are basically saying that there is an opportunity to get federal funding for the states to expand medicaid coverage if they go along with this lot. they are saying that they think that's a good thing for the population. i'm not a political guy, but i think that i can understand the calculation and i think it's crazy that it's become such a hot button political issue. >> here's where i see the inconsistency. but you can't have your cake and eat it too. if you're going to bash the president's law, you must bash all components of that lot and money from the government, that means raising it from taxpayers in the state. that makes some of these others look hypocritical. so what do you say to that? >> they may think that my car insurance premiums are too high, but a five accident, they're going to take
FOX Business
Nov 5, 2013 11:00pm EST
medicare services you were giggling what do you make of it? >> there are people in the white house who clearly knew that we see the documents but policy people probably believed it because they did not understand the insurance market's. small businesses were able to revi the plan as early so there grandfathered next year so they have through december 2014 t come into compliance. october 2014 and small businesses will get notices that they are also dropped right in time for the election and politicians know that which is why the democrats are so worried. gerri: millions are already getting cancellations take a look at the cancellations all across the country but given that those of the real numbers how can you say the insurae companies make the decision not cancellations just routine business? >> some are looking to get out of certain markets but by and large the vast jority are dropped because they are not in compliance with the new regulation now th are forced to offer plans of the exchange's. these cancellations were anticipated but the administration the devil they would be so happy
FOX Business
Nov 9, 2013 6:00pm EST
years or do we need to do something different. neil: president bush had a medicare prescription drug plan that was really not paid for. but eventually they did get it done and people were able tt take advantage of it and what criticare saying qassam one with the president said at the time. at least getting it ruled out ruled out. it got there. what do you think on the larger scale? >> we ave a lot of unanswered questions since i'm not sure. but one thing i'm not a big fan of is sort of big bang apoach is an in three years were going to get a system ad any features and functionality once we get e system well, we deliver them in 30 to 90 day increments. and now we lea a lot about the customer experience beyond that very intuitive. >> i think we need to take it on a smaller chunk instead of long deliverables. neil: when i was a kid i used to prepare my parents were straight grates on myreport card so if they saw a couple of low-grade, they thought that i was being goofy. nestly they didn't harken my advice. thann u so much. the one switching gears here, in washington, the economic recov
FOX Business
Nov 10, 2013 8:30am EST
, except the one chief officer at medicare and medicaid resigned, and won't say why he left. >> there's so many liberals in silicon valley, you would think they could ask adam to help them >> i'd be a lot more confident if they had. >> thank you. >> how many liberals a in silicon valley? the guy who runs twitter is probably liberal, as is zuckerberg who runs facebook feeds obama whenever he wants. but if they needed experts, the left of silicon valley, was right there for them. >> look, yo and your pal with the same first name are revealing, you know, your bitter hatreds here. >> bitter. >> obviously -- >> wow. >> it's either racism, bitter hatred. you can't -- that's why we have these problems, by the way. because the president is beyd reproach. you can't ever criticism him or you're bitterly angry or a racist. >> the only name i'm calling you is charles. you're both charles, right? >> what was your point, adam? you're losing us there. >> my point is that this has nothing to do with ideology or nothing to do with government, because as you pointed out, neil, e nasdaq screwed this up wi
FOX News
Nov 16, 2013 7:30am PST
even to this day you have a vast number of people on medicare who won't admit the doggone thing is going broke. we should have fixed that before we did anything else and nobody will admit that we are subsidizing that. >> okay, one counter example nobody else is going to give, in california, one of the states that chose to participate in the law, the way it was written as opposed to the states that didn't, people are signing up in robust numbers and the exchange is working well. >> 1 million have lost their policies, adam, in your fine state 1 million. take a good look at that bridge behind you, people are jumping off it. >> they're not jumping off it. more people are going to get insurance ultimately. >> can you imagine three years of this politically for the democratic party? i mean this is insane. >> be careful about living in the moment. moments change. >> maybe. this is a train wreck. this is just going to keep wrecking. >> i don't know what it means but -- >> fortune cookie. >> like a bad fortune cookie. >>> we'll talk about a white house fix. americans calling the president's
FOX News
Nov 11, 2013 1:00pm PST
into their own retirement plan. $20 billion. and how about increasing medicare premiums for higher income seniors? woe. how about 50 billion smackers and here's the real smackdown. not a one of these smackers is called taxes. you pay it. they just don't say it to washington and mike emanuel who is all over it. >> reporter: democrats want more tax revel knew as part of a double digit biehl and they include closing loopholes to increase money coming in as a way to do it. republicans prefer to cut spending in a smarter way across the board, cuts known as sequester, and would like to close loopholes as part of tax reform that would lower rates. so nobody is talking about striking a big budget deal because the two sides are very far apart. the word "tax" is a toxic word with the g.o.p. but fees or loopholes may be easier to swallow, and user fee is mine sound friendly. on the airline security fees the idea would be a flat $10 for a round trip flight. if you take three flights you'd only be charged for one initial screening. the administration would like it to be bumped up to 7.50 each w
FOX News
Nov 26, 2013 1:00pm PST
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FOX News
Nov 25, 2013 1:00pm PST
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FOX News
Nov 14, 2013 1:00pm PST
perhaps there are some fixes that have to be made. social security was changed after time. medicare. it's just that we weren't living in this world where we see every minute of all the problems. so, if it gets fixed and people feel it's a good law, that will change a lot for him. itself doesn't, this is his suggest law. >> how is he using his bully pulpit? >> the question is i think sometime he used it very well and other times not enough. i think that what i don't understand is he had such a great communication ability in those elections and maybe it's harder to be in the bully pulpit. think when he gave the healthcare speech to the joint session of congress. it was good speech, finally explained the healthcare law, and then joe wilson yelled, you lie and that becomes the story. it's very hard to keep a sustained story today when we have breaking news every two minutes. >> you know history better than anyone else. the acknowledge addition between the sides -- agitation between the side, do you think it's really seepingally unique today? i'm looking back at 19 -- >> not as bad as the 1850
FOX News
Nov 29, 2013 1:00pm PST
private, commercial insurance. people on medicare. then there's going to be people on obama care and people on medicaid. medicaid is, unfortunately, the lowest tier. obama care's not that much better. the commercial insurers are openly calling it less -- >> even with the higher premiums, it's not going to be much better? >> no. they've managed on to see make it more expensive and degrade the process the obama care reimbursement rates will be skinny in terms of the number of doctors you can see. the commercial insurers are openly calling it medicaid plus. we ought to beef what they were saying. -- to believe what they are saying. >> i thought there was just a doctor shortage. people found it to be incendiary. it feels like certainly there's not going to be enough doctors or wall street medicine to go around. >> i think there's not an overall shortage. i think physician productivity will increase with new technology and aging upon require less intensive medical care because people are aging differently. i think there's going to be doctor shortages in pockets of the marketplace where yo
FOX News
Nov 21, 2013 1:00pm PST
challenges. i heard you guest say government is all the problem. i think most people think that medicare, for example, provides important health security, and people believe social security provides important retirement security. so there's some things that have been done well. they can be done better. clearly when it comes to the affordable care act, there's good parts of the la and no doubt there have been problems and we're in the middle of a big problem with respect to the web site -- >> more than the web site. the perception here, the people are coming to fine that minimums of folks, they lose their policy or keep the policies they have to pay a lot more so it gets back to what nancy pelosi says you have to pass this to find out what's inside this. do you think she knew exactly what was inside this and just didn't want to share it? >> now, look, i think that nancy pelosi understands what is in the legislation -- >> did any of you know this would happen or fear this would happen? >> are you talking about the -- no one could predict the webs had all these problems -- >> the web site is a h
FOX News
Nov 20, 2013 1:00pm PST
the case of the new jersey governor expanding medicare in his state very expensive and not fiscally concern. >> well, rabid let's it rip again. is this the issue that is going to cause a big rift between new and what they call traditional republicans, columnist kailey mac has beeny says expect to see more of it and she welcomes it. why you? you always get this idea that it's going to be very divisive, you say no. why? no, actually, neil, i think it's going to be pretty divisive among the republicans who have chosen to accept medicaid funding, for instance, chris christie, rick scott. 8 republicans who have accepted medicaid funding. neil. simply unacceptable. beats having the healthcare law jammed down my throat. i would rather save my taxpayers money. i control what's being done with that medicaid though in my state. not some bureaucrat in washington, you say what? neil i understand that logic, short-term pain that has to come with long term gain. long term reality of this is you accept the short-term government stippen, in the end your state does have to pay for this. and in the e
FOX News
Nov 6, 2013 1:00pm PST
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Nov 4, 2013 1:00pm PST
aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans, they could save you in out-of-pocket medical costs. call today to request a free decision guide. with these types of plans, you'll be able to visit any doctor or hospital that accepts medicare patients... plus, there are no networks, and virtually no referrals needed. join the millions who have already enrolled in the only medicare supplement insurance plans endorsed by aarp... and provided by unitedhealthcare insurance company, which has over 30 years of experience behind it. with all the good years ahead, look for the experience and commitment to go the distance with you. call now to request your free decision guide. >>> twitter upping the amount it's expected to race from its big initial public offering to give a total market value in the vicinity of $16 billion. that puts it right up there with chipotle and bed bath & beyond. of course have you ever shopped at bed bath & beyond? maybe a lot of people like that but i question that v
FOX News
Nov 22, 2013 1:00pm PST
want to go into, and to medicare, because they won't have any other choice. we're in the process of gradually funneling everybody into a single pair -- single payer system. >> you think that's where it will end up? >> that's what the goal is. die think that's where it will end up? absolutely not. because they're going to be a number of other excellent plans placed on the table in a relatively short period of time. people will actually have an opportunity to read about these things. they're relatively simple, natureddable, less costly, and be on a web site that works. >> many people say no one has a handle on the healthcare rollout and what was wrong and how to fix this than you do. and since this is a signature big government issue of our time, they say, who better to espouse it than someone like you, so who better to run for president than someone like you. you have heard that many times, doctor. i raise that with you myself. but the drum beat gets louder, everytime we announce we'll have you on i get all these e-mails, make sure you ask him this or that. so, i'm asking you again,
FOX News
Nov 5, 2013 1:00pm PST
president was referring to was the broader promise of the affordable care act. if you're on medicare or medicaid, if you like probably most people in this room, have insurance through your employer, if you're a vet and you get coverage through the va, you don't have to do anything. >> again, not exactly what the president said. just a few days before the october 1st rollout. here's the big problem for the president. not just that the republicans are not buying the explanation. some of his fellly democrats, mary lapidary, has now introduced legislation that would grandfather more people in, so if you did lining your health care you can keep it. she is trying to do away with the cancellations notices. she read cancellation notice on the senate floor last night. >> this is a letter that shawns of people are getting and this should not have been out. we said to people if you had insure yaps yao liked you can keep it. we didn't say if you have insurance you like but didn't met the minimum standard, you can keep it. but the president said over and over if you like the insurance, you can keep
FOX News
Nov 7, 2013 1:00pm PST
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FOX News
Nov 15, 2013 1:00pm PST
insurance commissioners with the division for medicare and medicaid services, although individuals businesses may access quality health insurance coverage in many cases with federal subsidies, some are finding such coverage would be more expensive than their current coverage and may be dissuadessed from immediately transitioning to such coverage. >> what? david read through the writing and came to the conclusion, not happening. his health plan canceled and the new plan he is being offered is twice as much. that's a double shock for you. >> i used to pay 2500s to five months coverage. now that may cover two, so just a little bit of a surprise. >> when did you get that surprise? when did they inform you it was going to be some bad news? >> they informed me september 1st, blue cross here in california, that my policy would no longer be valid, and thankfully in the last couple of weeks, blue cross has given me a three-month extension, which i think is more than the president put down in writing. >> the president remarked yesterday about getting a one-year extension and going slow on th
FOX News
Nov 19, 2013 1:00pm PST
, which is kind of puzzling. we wi learn that kathleen sebelius and medicaid and medicare administrator and technology officer were briefed in april and yet, after all these briefings of top administration officials there, was still this blunder. >> you were not briefed at all there was a mckenzie report going on? >> i knew that mckenzie has been brought the to conduct some interviews some assessments and report to our administrator, in which i actually participated in some of hose -- >> you participated in interviews. >> i was not given the final report. >> even even though there were warning signs there were no steps taken to avoid this blunder. that leads some leading republicans to say, heads should roll. >> what this report talks about is chaos. at cms. nobody is in charge. they talk about the fact that you had multiple people that were making multiple changes and major design changes to the system just weeks prior to the testing -- prior to the rollout without testing it. >> reporter: the "national review" is reporting in 2010 administration officials predicted the v
FOX News
Nov 28, 2013 1:00pm PST
know that democrats, whenever we talk about making kuds to medicare and medicaid, they're like, no, no, no, food stamps. food stamps right now cost $80 billion this year. and the democrats don't even want to cut, what, $5 billion? it's like every time you want to cut something, democrats say, no, we can't cut it. we have $17 trillion in debt that's crushing this economy and stopping people from hiring and obama care. let's not talk about that job killer. >> this debate will heat up over the next two weeks, i'm convinced of it. ladies, thank you very much indeed. >> thanks. >> thank you. >>> mild or wild? we're already getting a taste of old man winter. will this year be one for the record books? >>> get ready to pay up if you want to heat up. we'll tell you how much, next. a subaru... ...are the hands that do good things for the whole community: the environment, seniors, kids, and animals. that's why we created the share the love event. by the end of this year, the total donated by subaru could reach 35 million dollars. you get a great deal on a new baru. 'll donate 250 dollars to
FOX News
Nov 1, 2013 1:00pm PDT
paid 23 million in medicare benefits to dead patients in 2011. 29 million for drug benefits for illegal immigrants over three years. this is just the waste we need to know about. looking at those numbers, maybe the cupboard is bare because we keep doing stuff like that, that's neither here nor there. what's the make of this? >> it's a very difficult assertion from nancy pelosi to say the cupboard is bare when we spend 3.5 trillion in our budget and 1 trillion dollars debt spending. in all of that spending it's hard to believe there's nowhere to cut. >> here's what i find startling in this whole thing is that if you can argue with the record amount of tax revenue the government had coming in this year, it's obviously not the money coming in that's the problem. it's that to keep up with spending it can't and that's the problem. so they look at the leadership among democratic party that we don't really have to do much about spending. we're spent looking after spending. what we have to do is get more taxes to pay for that spending. that to me seems upside down. what do you make of a
FOX News
Nov 18, 2013 1:00pm PST
, kennedy was never for universal health care, that was nixon. kennedy was for medicare. he described it as a limited plan. he didn't really push for it. his priorities were the tax cut and free trade. >> but we look at these charts. my favorite part of this speech that he gave, where it was before ross perot. you cut taxes, the revenue will grow. that was an abhorrent notion at the time, wasn't it? >> "the wall street journal" editorial opposed it and later said he was wrong. >> why did they oppose it? they fear it would be reckless? is that their view? >> they thought they should cut spending by the same amount to make sure there was no deficit. >> jfk said no, why? >> because he knew that cutting the tax rates would grow the economy. so that the government revenues were higher. but he didn't want a big revenue for the federal government. he just thought people could use the money more efficiently than the government could. they would save and invest. >> where did the democrat party veer after that? >> well, it's a sad story. mcgovern, carter, it took until bill clinton was dragged to
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